Carl's Wild Wyoming Weekend Weather And Beyond

December 30, 2018

Areas of slippery and icy roads across Wyoming with blowing snow and treacherous driving conditions in many locations.

Sunday: Few clouds and dangerously cold with wind chill well below zero in the early part of the day in CenWy. Clouds increase and storm approaches with highs in the mid-30s. Southwest wind to 30 and gusts 45 during the first part of the day. Winds change direction and begin coming in from the northwest through midday in central Wyoming. Intermittent snow showers begin as the skies become overcast then snow becomes more prevalent in the afternoon in Casper.

Sunday night: Clouds and snow persist with cold northwest winds. Lows in the teens and twenties with snow accumulating in the basins and valley. Mountainous areas and higher elevations receive more snow overnight and into Monday.

Looking ahead...colder air will stick around through the the New Year. It will be a cold start to 2019 with lows in the lower teens and single digits and highs in the upper teens and twenties. Snow storm makes it's exit as we start our Wyoming New Year.

Carl Rippy
Meteorologist
KCWY News 13 Weather
Carl.Rippy@kcwy13.com